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4/16/2013 | Bautista held out another day with back spasms
Jose Bautista continues to be ailed by minor injuries early in the season and has now missed five games this season while appearing in only nine.

4/16/2013 | Cards' offense excelling so far in pressure situations
The Cardinals' offense has quietly built up some standout numbers with runners in scoring position through 13 games. St. Louis is hitting a Major League-best .395 in such spots and even better with two outs.

4/16/2013 | Rockies honor Jackie Robinson with No. 42
Before wearing No. 42 on Tuesday -- the day the Rockies and Mets celebrated Jackie Robinson Day -- Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler watched the movie "42" and marveled at the man who broke baseball's color barrier.

4/16/2013 | Dyson, Cain express gratitude to Jackie
Every player and coach wore No. 42 Tuesday evening at Turner Field to commemorate Jackie Robinson's legacy as the Royals took on the Braves. For Royals outfielders Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain, donning No. 42 hits close to home.

4/16/2013 | Manuel not committed to Revere leading off
Fans begged and pleaded for months for Phillies manager Charlie Manuel to have Ben Revere at the leadoff spot, but 13 games into the season, Revere hasn't provided the offense much of a spark.

4/16/2013 | Baker: No four-out saves for Chapman
With Sean Marshall (shoulder tendinitis) not eligible to come off of the disabled list for another week, Reds manager Dusty Baker is not going to consider using closer Aroldis Chapman in the eighth inning.

4/16/2013 | Duquette thankful that family members safe in Boston
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette's ex-wife, Sharon, was a volunteer at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, and fortunately was not injured in Monday's tragic events.

4/16/2013 | John Danks continuing to make strides in rehab
John Danks, recovering from arthroscopic shoulder surgery, tossed six innings in an extended spring training game on Monday in Arizona and manager Robin Ventura was encouraged by the results.

4/16/2013 | 'Sweet Caroline' in Bronx part of Boston tribute
On Tuesday, the Yankees held a moment of silence prior to their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks to honor those lost and affected by Monday's bombings, and to pay tribute to the strength and resilience of the Boston community. The club also played Neil Diamond's Fenway Park favorite "Sweet Caroline" over the public-address system between the third and fourth innings.

4/16/2013 | No setback, but Jeter likely out past May 1
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has been taking batting practice and fielding ground balls at the club's training complex in Tampa, Fla., but he has still not received clearance to play in Minor League games. Jeter's progress has been slow since he felt soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle on March 23, the last time he has played in a game. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said on Tuesday that Jeter is not likely to rejoin the club by May 1.

4/16/2013 | Mauer's second straight four-hit game lifts Twins
Joe Mauer is off to another torrid start this season, and he continued his recent tear with his second straight four-hit night, along with three RBIs, to help lead the Twins to an 8-6 win over the Angels on Tuesday at Target Field.

4/16/2013 | Pettitte set for Friday after successful session
Andy Pettitte said that he threw about 40 pitches in a bullpen session on Tuesday and should have no issue being ready to start against the Blue Jays in Toronto on Friday evening.

4/16/2013 | O's pull out tight victory after celebrating Jackie
Jake Arrieta struck out seven, Matt Wieters hit a solo homer and eight Orioles either drove in a run or reached base in a 5-4 victory as they celebrated Jackie Robinson in Baltimore on Tuesday.

4/16/2013 | Tampa Bay deals for left-hander Beliveau
The Rays acquired pitcher Jeff Beliveau from the Rangers on Tuesday in exchange for cash considerations. Beliveau is a 26-year old left-hander who has a 1-0 career record in 22 games, all in relief and all with the Cubs last season.

4/16/2013 | Kennedy discusses road to success in Chatting Cage
D-backs right-hander Ian Kennedy stepped into the Edward Jones Chatting Cage at headquarters on Tuesday morning to field questions from fans on social media and around the country.

4/16/2013 | Cubs shake up bench, 'pen, add Ransom, Loe, Gregg
Recognizing that they've "underperformed" two weeks into the season, the Cubs made a flurry of roster moves on Tuesday -- claiming Cody Ransom off waivers, designating Brent Lillibridge and Hisanori Takahashi for assignment, and adding Kameron Loe and former closer Kevin Gregg to the bullpen.

4/16/2013 | Helton, CarGo lead Rox to win in Game 1
Todd Helton delivered his second game-turning hit in as many games, a two-run single with the bases loaded in the fifth inning, to power the Rockies past the Mets, 8-4, in the first game of a doubleheader played in bitter temperatures at Coors Field on Tuesday afternoon.

4/16/2013 | Mariners form regional sports TV partnership
The Mariners and DIRECTV Sports Network announced the formation of a new regional sports television partnership on Tuesday that will give the baseball team a controlling interest in the year-round broadcast network.

4/16/2013 | Braves may be best in franchise history
Everyone knows the Braves are on an incredible hot streak to begin the season. But perhaps take it a step further: Can they have the best season in franchise history?

4/16/2013 | Fowler out of lineup with sore foot
A foul ball off his left foot and foul weather conditions made for a day out of the starting lineup for Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler on Tuesday.

4/16/2013 | Hill has broken hand, goes on disabled list
D-backs second baseman Aaron Hill was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday after X-rays revealed a broken left hand. The club reinstated fellow infielder Didi Gregorius from the disabled list to fill Hill's spot on the roster.

4/16/2013 | With Kipnis sore, Tribe calls on Phelps for depth
Prior to Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, Cleveland promoted Cord Phelps from Triple-A Columbus, giving the club a backup option for second and third base. Jason Kipnis has been sidelined with his elbow injury since Saturday.

4/16/2013 | Brewers' bats come up big against Zito
The Brewers' 10-8 win over the Giants was settled in the eight-run third inning, an unlikely rally against Barry Zito that was highlighted by two-RBI hits for Rickie Weeks and Jonathan Lucroy, and Yuniesky Betancourt's fifth career grand slam.

4/16/2013 | Collins honored to wear Robinson's No. 42
Mets manager Terry Collins, who spent years as an instructor in the Dodgers organization, said even that dramatic retelling in "42" could not quite depict the horrors of everyday life for Jackie Robinson.

4/16/2013 | Giants to place Affeldt on DL with strained oblique
Jeremy Affeldt will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right oblique, an injury that didn't pop up until the off-day on Monday; the team is poised to recall right-hander Jean Machi from Triple-A Fresno.

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